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Stussy Guest artist Series Hajime Sorayama Detailed Look 01

Stussy Guest artist Series: Hajime Sorayama | Detailed Look

Stussy Japan announced their joint venture project with prolific Japanese illustrator and artist Hajime Sorayama just a few days ago. At last, the veil is off of the collaboration, and they have revealed they’ve been working on some t-shirts. Sorayama airbrushed all of the graphics in his signature … READ MORE

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Stussy Guest Artist Series: Hajime Sorayama | Preview

Japanese illustrator and artist, Hajime Sorayama, started his career before the advent of computers and internet, thus his work possesses a human feel and nostalgia. Sorayama prefers to depict robots and women, sometimes a combination of both, as his subject matter, bringing them to life utilizing his … READ MORE

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graniph x Hajime Sorayama – T-Shirt Collection

World renowned Japanese illustrator, Hajime Sorayama, is enjoying a long career due to his unique skills. Since late ’70s, Sorayama captured the imagination of fans and advertising industry with his super realistic airbrush illustrations. graniph invited Sorayama to produce three original humanoid robot illustrations in his signature … READ MORE

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Gering & Lopez Gallery – Hajime Sorayama 1970 – 2010 Retrospecitve

Common tools with uncanny skills equate to the broadening of possibilities, that was Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama‘s talent when he tapped into simple artistic mediums such as air brush.Though most would be familiar with his recent NO FUTURE Companion with KAWS, Sorayama’s fame came from realistic images … READ MORE

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KAWS Tokyo Trip – Hajime Sorayama

This is not The Selby, but KAWS had visited Japanese artist, Hajime Sorayama, on his latest trip to Tokyo for OriginalFake Fall/Winter 2010 exhibition. For those who have been following KAWS’ projects, Hajime Sorayama doesn’t come across as a strange name as he had previously collaborated with … READ MORE